Which city to move?

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Similar questions have been asked in the Q&A, but not in this context. I'm looking for the city is not the level of wages in IT, and the quality of life.

I was born and live in Vladivostok, and the last time I am not satisfied with life in it. In connection with the forthcoming APEC summit and a dozen "buildings of the century" (the number of which, we did just that Sochi inferior) appearance of the town began incredibly to deteriorate (although used to do not really was, a military city), and prices are rising by leaps and bounds. Recently, for example, our real estate prices on par with prices in St. Petersburg.

I myself for several months working on a stable good salary remotely, and reference to the city of residence I have no. Against this background, I began to think seriously where I live would like. Long sitting at the Wikipedia pages on cities of Russia much sense is not given, so I ask Hebraist to give me interesting options. The criteria are as follows:

1) not Moscow and not Peter
2) reasonable prices for accommodation
3) a normal environment
4) well-developed Internet infrastructure (in terms of the fact that the rates were at least 2-3мбит for the 1000R.)
5) enjoy the city's appearance, architecture
6) big pluses — the sea or the mountains
7) mild climate
8) the population of the city from 30 to 500 thousand people (don't want too small and too big city)

While look at Kaliningrad and Taganrog. Therefore, I especially want to ask the people living in those cities, to say how you personally like about them, what are the pros and what are the problems.

Thank you all in advance.

As many have started to promote the option of Asian countries, I must warn you though: you can not bother, I'm interested in Russian cities. Reasons can read in my comments to these proposals.
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Pattaya
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Removed after 3 years unnecessary information
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Tomsk. The climate, however, is not very soft but I like it ;)
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Voronezh.
I myself am not from there, but often the family and even at one time wanted to move there from Moscow. Now the city is much ennobled. Real estate prices are quite adequate, Internet is available. However, there are neither mountains nor the sea (if it is very critical). :( But very nice for the price (in comparison with Moscow — I was surprised that the bus is only 8 RUB against Moscow 28). In General, there is a very positive and comfortable, according to my own judgment.
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wait a couple of months in different cities, will learn on his experience, that all have their own ±
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Krasnodar region, Kanevskaya village. He is not there, but come to rest. Like it very much. The people are calm, the prices are very adequate. After 21:00 all the young people up to 18 years old sitting at home (law). To Krasnodar is 2 hours by car to the sea of Azov 1 hour, to black in 5 hours. The Internet is available. Excellent beer :)
Cons: Hot, late June-July 40-45 in the shade, although heat is not as hard as in the Central belt. In winter there is almost no snow. New year's day from the garden to pick fresh dill in the salad.
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View in the direction of Belgorod.
>1) is not Moscow and not Peter ✔
>2) reasonable prices for accommodation
Depends on what you call adequate prices. Live here cheaper than in the capitals, but more expensive than the less developed cities.
>3) a normal environment ✔
It seems in 2009 the region ranked second in terms of environment.
>4) well-developed Internet infrastructure (in terms of the fact that the rates were at least 2-3мбит for the 1000R.) ✔
>5) enjoy the city's appearance, architecture ✔
The city is beautiful, well maintained. The roads are good.
>6) big pluses — the sea or the mountains ✖
>7) mild climate ✔
Although this winter could hardly be called soft. By such miracles the weather is now almost everywhere.
>8) the city's population from 30 to 500 thousand people (don't want too small and too big city) ✔
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